Polish companies have proved many times that they can compete without complexes with foreign producers.
This time, FACH-PAK, using several years of commercial experience in the industry, combined them with its production capabilities. This is how the first Polish line of containers insulated with foamed polyethylene (PE) for food processing (in particular for fish and meat processors) was created. The containers are also successfully used by recipients of food waste as a stronger version of the standard single-walled box.
The idea of creating insulated containers was initially related to the Scandinavian fishery environment and their unique construction by placing insulation in the form of polyurethane foam between two external walls. This product was mainly used by fishermen to transport freshly caught fish on board and then go to local processing plants. European customers, mainly fish and meat processors, have started to use insulated containers as a stronger version of pallet boxes. PUR foam insulation, however, turned out to be not always a perfect solution. In case of cracks in the outer coating, water soaked by PUR easily penetrates into the inside of the containers, e.g. during cleaning. The containers quickly deformed and gained weight by “drinking” the liquid and absorbing moisture.